The tour kicks off in Miami and makes its way through North American hitting major cities including, Orlando, Atlanta, Nashville, Charlotte, Boston, Philadelphia, Montreal, Toronto, Detroit, Columbus, New York, Washington, Newark, Buffalo, Minneapolis, Chicago, Houston, Dallas, Denver, Tulsa, Phoenix, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, San Jose, Portland, Seattle and Vancouver. Planning to tour North America for a little over two months, this tour is set from February 9 through April 1.
Although the tour was announced today, tickets are not on sale yet. Mark your calendars because tickets for the 'Future Nostalgia' Tour are set to go on sale Friday, September 17 at 12 p.m, per each local market on her official website, dupalipa.com.
After a long-awaited few years, Lipa is excited to finally tour with this album. The 'Future Nostalgia' album was released almost two years ago, in March of 2020, right as the pandemic broke out across the United States. Throughout that time, the album has already won many awards including a 2021 Grammy Award for Best Pop Vocal Album and a 2020 MTV Video Music Award for Best Visual Effects for the album’s song, 'Physical.'
This 28-city tour will be a first for many large arenas and stadiums in North America for the pop star, she is set to be playing major venues including Madison Square Garden and the United Center.
Following the North American tour, she is still set to go on her postponed European tour, beginning on April 15.